Productivity is always a focus in the workplace. You also know that there can be multiple factors that work for it or against it.
Here are some statistics that give insight into the state of productivity.
- 9.7 million people are less productive because of stress
- Roughly $500 billion is lost because of workplace stress
- Lost productivity costs U.S. companies $550 billion every year
- The average employee works 2 hours and 53 minutes per day
- 77% of employees benefit from flexible working hours
- 5.2% of employees in the U.S. work from home
- Intervals work! 90-minute working intervals are the most conducive to quality performance and productivity. (University of Florida)
- Implementing a strong company culture can increase workplace productivity. (On the Clock)
- High-performing employees are known to take breaks throughout the workday. (Qnnect)
Shocked? I was. And I’m here to make pivotal changes that help reduce statistics like those above and improve our work place. That’s why I created my new webinar, 4-Day Work Week or Bust.
In just 30 minutes, you’ll be able to begin implementing the experience in reduced work weeks, research, and strategies I share to help you create an alternative work week.
After you read through the statistics above, it could definitely be time to rethink your organization’s work week.
It’s a pivotal time to change the work week for improved productivity and happier employees.
As I like to say, Every Note Matters, and the insights, blueprint and strategies you gain in my webinar will help make the most of your work week for you and your team.
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